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"You're Gonna Die Up There" Retired National Guard Lt Col Norman Easy, 57, DIES On Flight From New York To Shanghai

Iraq War veteran and health care executive, 57, mysteriously dies on flight from New York to Shanghai - and his widow and four children still don't know what happened two weeks later

The family of an Iraq war veteran from Long Island are demanding answers, nearly two weeks after the man boarded a flight bound for China and mysteriously passed away before the plane landed in Shanghai. Retired National Guard Lt Col Norman Easy, 57, who for the last eight years had served as director of procurement at Siemens Health Diagnostics, traveled to Shanghai on December 7 to close what his family described as a 'ground-breaking' deal that had been more than a year in the making. The married father-of-four was set to arrive in Shanghai on the evening of December 8, but his wife, Nitxia, did not get a call from him telling her that he landed safely, which was unlike him and set off alarm bells. Source


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All 9 aboard medical evac plane killed in Philippines crash All nine people on board a small medical evacuation plane were killed Sunday when the aircraft crashed into a resort area south of the Philippine capital and exploded in flames, officials said. The light plane crashed into a resort compound in Pansol village in Laguna province near the foothills of Mount Makiling. Police and rescuers retrieved nine bodies from the wreckage, police said. Two people on the ground were injured and brought to a hospital. Eric Apolonio, a spokesman of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, said the light plane was on a medical evacuation flight from southern Dipolog city in Zamboanga del Norte province and disappeared from radar for unknown reasons as it flew over Laguna, about 60 kilometers (37 miles) south of the capital. The plane was supposed to land in Manila. Source